Seasoned Ahi Tuna Steaks Sear Then Flip Recipe

Seasoned Ahi Tuna Steaks Sear Then Flip Recipe, really is that easy. Ahi tuna delivers on taste and if cooked this way delivers a fast meal. Head to your local fish market and buy fresh tuna if this is an option.  Large grocery chains sell Ahi tuna steaks flash frozen, individually wrapped and is the next best thing if your grill man doesn’t fish.

Reasons to cook  Seasoned Ahi Tuna Steaks Sear Then Flip Recipe

Tuna steaks cooked offer many choices for your meal planning whether you’re serving alongside vegetables or adding to a salad.  Any leftover tuna will deliver the best damn tuna salad sandwich you have ever had in your mouth. It is worth it to drive to your local bakery and select bread that is worthy of Ahi tuna.  Sadly this will spoil you with flavor and may give you a dose of hesitation when buying canned tuna.

Cook it quick

 

Like the champagne of beers, Ahi tuna tastes great and is less filling. Seasoned Ahi Tuna Steaks Sear Then Flip recipe is a low-calorie meal that does not taste like dieting. Ahi tuna is rich in protein, minerals and omega 3. Due to tuna’s mercury count it may pose a health risk to young children or pregnant women. Thankfully, this does not apply to me.

Jadite plate with tuna steak & creamer peas Seasoned Ahi Tuna Steaks Sear Then Flip Recipe www.diningwithmimi.com
Serve along your favorite vegetable or creamer peas

I love cooking this recipe in my favorite iron skillet. Simple seasoning, olive oil and Ahi Tuna steaks is all that you need for a wonderful entrée. In the Summer, we long for easy meals that won’t keep you in the kitchen or using the oven. Seasoned Ahi Tuna Steaks Sear Then Flip Recipe will meet your requirements for an easy meal without using the oven.

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Less time in the kitchen means more time outside or just paddling. Shout out to Alexa for Fishin’ In The Dark by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band or try Kid Rock’s All Summer Long.

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Get your paddle on!

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Ahi Tuna steaks seared in skillet with simple seasoning that delivers pure flavor.
Servings Prep Time
4 People 10 Minutes
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6 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 People 10 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Minutes
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Ahi Tuna steaks seared in skillet with simple seasoning that delivers pure flavor.
Servings Prep Time
4 People 10 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 People 10 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Minutes
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Instructions
  1. Layer freezer or parchment paper on counter. Sprinkle coarse black pepper and garlic salt heavily on center of paper. With clean hands place tuna down on seasoning and cover edges with seasoning too. Flip tuna steaks. Sprinkle black pepper and garlic salt. Sprinkle with heavy hand to ensure full flavor.
  2. In skillet heat on medium. Drizzle olive oil on bottom on pan and heat until hot. Add in tuna steaks and watch for the sizzle. Add in onions along side of tuna and swish around with spatula.
  3. Once tuna starts to change colors from the edge and work it's way toward the center turning from pink to white, flip. This takes about 2-3 minutes on each side and center should still be pink when you plate. . Do not overcook. Otherwise the tuna will be dry. Fish will continue cooking once you remove from the skillet.
  4. Lagniappe- If you have any leftover tuna, it makes a great addition to a quiche.

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I have a love affair with food, entertaining, travel and music. This site is a vehicle for me to share my journey of food. Traveling allows exposure to all types of cooking. I have learned to cook by being hungry, curious and willing to fail. Food is another form of art and creative expression. Copyright 2016-2018 by Mimi

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